Thursday, March 30, 2017

We love working with our clients to present their homes for sale. We recently styled this light filled modern 5 bedroom family home in Balaclava, and the good news is, it’s for sale!

View all the styled photos from the shoot here in our styling gallery.

View all the styled photos here in our styling gallery.

To visit the real estate listing click here.


Fenton & Fenton is heading to Sydney

Thursday, March 23, 2017

By popular demand, Fenton & Fenton is heading to Sydney for a styling excursion. Our in-house interior decorators, Jess and Lynda will be zipping around Sydney and taking in-home decorating consults on Wednesday May 10th and Thursday May 11th, 2017.




Introducing Stanislas Piechaczek

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

We are thrilled to introduce and welcome a new artist to the
Fenton & Fenton family, Stan Piechaczek. French born, Stan is new to the Australian art scene.
We are loving his colourful, abstract works, inspired by all that surrounds him.

Stanislas is a French born painter currently residing in Australia. He creates colourful abstract worlds occupied by objects and characters. His work is created by a complex depth of layers of acrylic and pastel.

Stan continues to experiment with his art from which he draws much pleasure and his style evolves to reflect himself as he is inspired by all that surrounds him, his life and his journey. Stan has participated in numerous solo exhibitions in Australia and was recently selected as a finalist for the Clayton Utz Art Award.

We chatted to Stan to tell us a bit more about himself and share some of his vibrant photos of his daily life. 


Can you give me a short intro on yourself ?

I’m a French born painter currently living in the Whitsundays, Queensland. I grew up in the Centre region of France and then moved to Biarritz on South West coast. I came to Australia 4 years ago on a surfing trip with a bunch of mates. While travelling through Noosa I met my Fiancé and decided to make Australia my home. 

Describe your art and why you became an artist?

I paint colourful worlds complete with distorted objects and characters. I love playing with my thoughts and bringing them to life using paint. I have always loved experimenting with art and have been exposed to creative environments from a young age, as my mum is also an artist.

What is your inspiration?

I draw inspiration from everything that surrounds me and my paintings are the projections of my feelings. I am also inspired a lot by musical artists. Their rhythms, lyrics and visual performances often inspire my choice of colours and the composition of my paintings.

Name something you love and why?

I have always loved and will always love the ocean. It brings me an incredible feeling. It's such a powerful energy and I can never be far from it for too long.

What makes you happy?


Learn more about Stan via his website and
follow his vibrant instagram account @stan_piechaczek


How to Style our latest colour crush - Green

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

We are currently crushing on shades of green. So, we huddled the team together and rounded up a few of our favourite products to help you introduce a little green into your home.

Get The Look

1. Cake Bread - Pile High Moss/Forest Cushion | 2. Ivy Muse Saturn Hanger | 3. Knot Cushion- Green | 4. Mario Luca Giusti Salad Bowl in Green | 5. Megan Grant – Viridian | 6. Mint Large Bone Inlay Bedside | 7. Wobbles Runner | 8.  Mario Luca Giusti Champagne Glass  | 9. Afrika Pendant- Extra Large | 10. Basil Bangs Botanica Love Rug  | 11. Places to Go Book by Kate Spade


Say Hello to Natures Neutral

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

When Pantone announced the colour of the year as ‘Greenery’, we started thinking about the multitude of hues to introduce into the interiors we style. From dramatic shades like emerald, peacock and tropical greens to the more muted hues of olive, seafoam or mint, there are plenty of ways to embrace Greenery within your interiors.

It’s no secret that we love colour at Fenton & Fenton, and believe it has the power to transform a space. Our friends at Haymes Paint feel much the same way too, so here we share some go to shades to bring nature’s neutral into your home.

1/ Smoky tones with ‘Spruce’ by Haymes Paint

2/ Tone on tone with ‘Foam Forest’ by Haymes Paint

3/ Dark & Dramatic with ‘Murphy’s Run’ by Haymes Paint

4/ Fresh and minty with ‘Jade Cream’ by Haymes Paint

Need help choosing the right colour for your home?

Request a consult via the Haymes Colour Stylist Service today



Friday, March 10, 2017

This Autumn, say hello to layers of texture, warmer hues and vibrant accents. As the days get crisper and the nights cooler, get your bed ready for long lazy sleep ins.

For three days only, enjoy 15% off all Bedouin Societe Linen – luxurious, timeless and available in a delicious palette, designed to mix and match.

Warm up your whites with inky or charcoal hues. Here, Bedouin white is paired with ink, kohl and wisteria. Teamed with our leather strapping bedhead and cushion and complimented with a backdrop in the prettiest of pinks, Aleaha Rose, by Haymes Paint.

Cooler weather calls for moody vibes. Recreate a look like this with a palette of lead, aegean and white. Teamed with our flat leather bedhead and pom pom throw, and enhanced with the depth of ‘Lights Off’ on the walls, by Haymes Paint.

For a clean and elegant Autumn look, try a warm palette of oil, turmeric and off-white paired with our flat leather bedhead and hourglass stump stool and offset with a vibrant piece of art by Megan Grant.

A palette of lilac, oasis, violet and Haymes Stormy Blue will have you set for Sunday sleep-ins. Teamed with our hanging chair, cowhide, artwork by Helen McCullagh and textiles by Cakebread.

Freshen up your bedroom with a new colour duvet (or just pillow cases) and introduce more colour via a rug. Pair lilac with shades of aubergine and accent with tones of pink and yellow with a Bengali silk carpet by Mr Fenton
15% off until midnight Monday May 13, 2017.


Thursday, March 02, 2017

Even though summer is officially over it doesn’t mean that alfresco entertaining should come to an end. With Autumn upon us, we’re all about maximising time outside whilst we still can.

Last weekend, Domain’s New Living magazine shared some tips on Alfreso Entertaining, featuring this sweet little courtyard styled by us and Lucy’s advice on introducing colour into an outdoor space.


At Fenton & Fenton we believe that sunny days call for colourful outdoor entertaining. And, introducing colour into an outdoor space is one of the easiest ways to bring a garden to life and create a welcoming retreat for family and friends.

/ Textiles are the simplest way to inject a bit of colour and personality into an outdoor space.
/ Bold-hued furniture and lively accessories get the Fenton & Fenton tick and add a bit of magic to almost any garden.
/ Rugs aren’t just for indoors. Colourful, patterned rugs not only add interest but also anchor an entertaining space.
/ Above, a single colour accent in vibrant shades of blue allows the space to feel cohesive, welcoming and guest-ready!

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